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What Are People For?: Les Miserables Musings

Last Sunday when viewing Thomas Hooper’s recent film Les Miserables, I was struck by its rich meditation on the human person. At first I assumed the French Victor Hugo must have been a practicing Catholic, though after a bit of research it seems like the Catholic influence came from his wife and her family. Hugo’s own […]

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Before His Eyes

And Jesus, looking upon him, loved him. – Mark 10:21. In my book of virtues, which was my companion during my childhood and is now a counselor for my adulthood, there is a story to which I always go back, as if my fingers remember the texture of the page and flip it open willingly. […]

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After Seeing This, How Can Anyone Doubt?

As I set out to write my newest article, I wanted to write about a saint. Among these inspiring people, how does one choose?  Well, I decided not to talk about one saint, but a bunch of saints.  There are a good number of saint who can belong to the group who would be called, […]

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Lean on Me

Recently God has shown me that in His eyes I will always be His child. He has shown me this through many instances over my break from school. During break I got to spend some time with my family. Unfortunately, most of my time was spent in the hospital with my grandmother. She suffered a […]

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Reflections during Hurricane Isaac

My seminary is directly North of New Orleans, just across Lake Pontchartrain. Hurricane Isaac traveled directly over us, and being from North Alabama, I had never experienced a hurricane before. Needless to say, I was extremely excited! Classes were cancelled and we bunkered down to wait out the storm. During my prayer throughout the storm, […]

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